GS-I: Effects of Globalization On Indian Society
Globalisation refers to the integration and interconnection of social, economic, cultural and political spheres worldwide in such a way that an event at one place also has its effects at other places across the globe. Social segments impacted by globalisation: ..
Throw some light on the positive and negative impacts of globalization on developing countries like India.
Globalisation refers to the process of closer integration of countries across the world and free flow of goods, information and people such that it presents inter-connectedness, with events in one part affecting other parts and vice versa. It is incredibly ..
While on one hand the Indian society is mimicking the west, on the other there are attempts to revive the conservative traditional outlook. Comment.
The liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation reforms of 1991 led to a massive change in the Indian economy. Indian society was also affected and become more modern and inspirational. Aspiration to mimic west: Great emphasis is placed on English proficiency. There ..
It has been observed that though the demands of regional movements may be legitimate but their methods and approaches are often conservative and traditional in nature, generally advocating status-quo in social issues. Critically discuss in context of India.
Regional movements occur as a result of heightened regionalism due to lack of services and deficit in fulfilment of aspirations. These movements can range from niche issues such as grant of statehood to social issues such as reservation. However they ..
Topics: GS-I: Effects of Globalization On Indian Society • GS-I: Social Empowerment Communalism Regionalism Secularism • GS-II: Government Policies and Interventions for Development in Various Sectors
The impacts and effects of Globalization can be seen both in ‘Local in Global’ and ‘Global in Local’. Comment.
Globalization means increased interdependence and interactions, due to flow of goods, services, people, capital, ideas across the borders. Globalization is a two-way bridge and has resulted into adaptation of various foreign concepts & export of various Indian concepts to world ..
The Globalization means increased interdependence and interactions due to flow of goods, services, persons, capital, and ideas across the borders. This gave rise to the development of IT industry in India, which is a foot loose industry. Globalization’s impact on ..
Topics: GS-I: Effects of Globalization On Indian Society • GS-I: Factors Responsible for Location of Industries Across India • GS-I: Factors Responsible for the Location of Industries in Various Parts of World